Graphite powder

Graphite powder, high temperature lubricant, thermally conductive filler

Overview of graphite powder

Black in color, graphite is a mineral with a hexagonal crystalline structure. Its layers of graphene give the powder various physical properties, including dielectric and anisotropic properties.

Derived from carbon, it is found naturally in the form of flakes in sediments, in veins, or in amorphous form. Synthesizing graphite can result in higher purity qualities. Graphite is a soft material with a low hardness rating of 2 on the Mohs scale and a melting point of 3,500°C.

Graphite powder is thermally and electrically conductive. Depending on the applications and technical properties required, boron nitride powder can also be used as a lubricant.

Sizes of graphite powder

Using scrap from our production of machinable graphite, we can provide sifted powder in the following standard sizes:

  • 200-315 microns, ref: 113-0024

  • 100-200 microns, ref: 113-0023

  • 50-100 microns, ref: 113-0022

  • 0-50 microns, ref: 113-0021

The powder is sold in 20kg bags.

Custom sieving or bulk unscreened filling are also available.

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Graphite powder

Graphite is a soft material, which has a low hardness of 2 on the Mohs scale and a melting point of 3500 °C. The powder is sold in a 1L or 5L bottle and in a 20kg bag. Custom sieving or unsifted bulk filling is also possible.
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